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Norejfell Powder © Norefjell Skisenter

Powder Weekend in Norway

29th January 2019 - Craig Charley

This past weekend has seen bumper snowfall in Norway - up to half a metre in places - resulting in heaps of fun on the slopes. Sadly, none of our team were there to enjoy it, but we've heard great things from our customers and from the resorts themselves. Geilo 'Magical' is the right word to...

Fjord Cruise at the Sognefjord © Sverre F. Hjørnevik

Four New Focus Weeks in Norway

26th July 2018 - Andy Hemingway

We believe that every ski holiday should feel like a 'once-in-a-lifetime' trip, so we're always thinking of ways to add something extra to our packages. Our Scandinavia team put their thinking caps on and have come up with four new focus weeks in Norway for 2018/19, each with a different theme:...

Yohei Sasaki Niseko Powder © Yasuyuki Shimanuki

Once-In-A-Lifetime Ski Holidays (That You Can Still Book)

22nd December 2017 - Craig Charley

The 2017/18 ski season may be well underway, but booking late doesn't mean you have to compromise on adventure - there's still time to book a once-in-a-lifetime ski holiday. We asked our Product Managers to pick their favourite inspirational trips, all of which are still available to book this...

Laax Happy Snowboarders © GaudenzDanuser.com

Ski and Stay at the World's Best

6th December 2017 - Craig Charley

In the recent 2017 World Ski Awards, a host of our resorts and properties came out on top. Find out which made the cut and why our experts think they deserved to win below. Congratulations to all the winners and runners up, all thoroughly deserved! World's Best Freestyle Resort - Laax "With the...

Geilo Sledding © Vegard Breie

Five Ideas for a Ski Holiday With a Difference

13th November 2017 - Craig Charley

For many, a ski holiday is about maximum time on the slopes. For others, less concerned about skiing first to last lift, it's an all-round winter experience. Most of our destinations offer you the opportunity to try new activities, enjoy impressive scenery or immerse yourself in unique local...

Trysil White Slopes 3 November

Snowmaking Begins in Scandinavia

3rd November 2016 - Craig Charley

This week the temperatures in Scandinavia dropped enough for the resorts to start snowmaking (or snöläggning/snøproduksjonen in Swedish/Norwegian) in preparation for opening this month. On top of that, many of the resorts have had their first snow over the past fortnight, with more forecast for...

Åre Family © Ola Matsson / Skistar

The Best Resorts for Skiing over School Holidays

16th September 2016 - Andy Hemingway

To help take the stress out of skiing over school holidays, we've picked our favourite resorts for family skiing at Christmas, half term and Easter. Drawing from our first-hand experience, we've chosen resorts with great snow records, uncrowded slopes during school holidays and varied terrain to...

Kat in Zermatt

One Year, Eight Resorts, Three Countries

10th June 2016 - Kat Bouch

I joined Ski Safari one year ago as part of the Scandinavian & European Sales Team. I’d skied extensively over Europe and North America, but had never been to Scandinavia. We pride ourselves on our first-hand experience of the ski resorts we sell, so it was imperative for me to start my...

Ben Campbell - Åre

Five Resorts for a Perfect Half Term Ski Holiday

24th February 2016 - Craig Charley

We couldn't have hoped for a better half term last week - fresh snow, blue skies and uncrowded slopes. The perfect family ski break. As always, our customers in resort give a better idea of conditions than we can. See the latest customer comments and photos from last week below.

Trysil Valle Mascot

Why Scandinavia for Families?

5th February 2014 - Andy Hemingway

Norway and Sweden are true winter wonderlands with picturesque villages, stunning snow blanketed forests, cosy cabins, husky dogs and reindeer which will capture the imagination of children . It’s not just about the safe compact village centres, the family friendly accommodation, superb skiing...

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